Clear the Clutter, Find Happiness: One-Minute Tips for Decluttering and Refreshing Your Home and Your Life

Donna Smallin Kuper

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Clear the Clutter, Find Happiness: One-Minute Tips for Decluttering and Refreshing Your Home and Your Life

Clear the Clutter Find Happiness One Minute Tips for Decluttering and Refreshing Your Home and Your Life Finally a way to get rid of the clutter and keep it away without making the process a full time job Organizing and cleaning expert Donna Smallin shows you how to enjoy the happy healthy inviting ho

  • Title: Clear the Clutter, Find Happiness: One-Minute Tips for Decluttering and Refreshing Your Home and Your Life
  • Author: Donna Smallin Kuper
  • ISBN: 9781612123516
  • Page: 486
  • Format: Paperback
  • Finally, a way to get rid of the clutter and keep it away without making the process a full time job Organizing and cleaning expert Donna Smallin shows you how to enjoy the happy, healthy, inviting home you long for with hundreds of time saving tips and solutions to your clutter and cleaning problems Her approach is manageable and simple, helping you focus on the tFinally, a way to get rid of the clutter and keep it away without making the process a full time job Organizing and cleaning expert Donna Smallin shows you how to enjoy the happy, healthy, inviting home you long for with hundreds of time saving tips and solutions to your clutter and cleaning problems Her approach is manageable and simple, helping you focus on the things that will make the biggest difference with the least amount of effort and time You ll discover small, quick routines that will keep your spaces clean and clutter free over time, as well as lots of things that you can do to introduce order and serenity in just one minute Clear away the clutter once and for all, and enjoy the happiness you ll find hiding underneath

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    1. Ivonne Rovira on said:

      Some of the tips are those you'd find anywhere; however, author Donna Smallin Kuper packs enough gems into this book that anyone reading it will find ideas they can crib. (Those who know all of the tips, naturally, would not be reading this book, as their home resembles a featured house in House Beautiful or a city magazine.)

    2. Puddlyduck on said:

      Clear the Clutter, Find Happiness is a collection of concise tips to help organise your home using bite size chunks of advice. It definitely makes decluttering feel more manageable! Interspersed between these tips were inspirational quotes, illustrated with simple, yet attractive illustrations, aiming to boost your motivation.While I found some of these tips and quotes to be a tad repetitive, I still found lots of them to be very helpful and well worth the hour I spent reading. I think my favour [...]

    3. Naomi Young on said:

      This probably is a good book, but not MY book, for a few reasons. First,often I'll say that I'm glad to be able to read a book at the library and return it (I'll have another of those quite soon), but this is just the opposite. It's a book that's meant to be dipped in and out of and flipped through randomly, and trying to read it beginning to end in a few sittings has given me the same vaguely sick feeling as eating the whole bag of potato chips. Second, the graphic design team on this book shou [...]

    4. Mtlusty on said:

      This little gem of a book dispenses small pearls of wisdom to help in de-cluttering one’s home. Some tips use common sense, others are profound, but all are helpful. The suggestions are more about process and habits than specific storage containers or systems to embrace. Color and drawings break up the text, as well as quotations from the author and others. Especially useful are her ideas for making maximum use of time while one is waiting—while on telephone hold, while popcorn is popping, w [...]

    5. Kim on said:

      A really inspirational approach to decluttering and changing a hoarding outlook! Little quotes and challenges on every page- bite sized reading to really make a difference. I found lots of quick tips that will really make a difference and help on the decluttering challenge here!It makes you think about things in a different way- every thing that comes into your house creates more clutter. It teaches you to deal with junk mail, mail that needs sorting and filing as you go along.I will keep dippin [...]

    6. Shannon on said:

      Zen living tips given in a housecleaning context. Totally enjoyable quick read with great, plausible tips.

    7. Kari on said:

      From someone who's already pretty organized, I found a few good tips. I liked the style of these being short few-minute ideas that won't overwhelm someone but can make a difference.

    8. Lastoadri on said:

      Nice tips and tricks collection. But I have already heard those on YouTube channels

    9. Rebekah on said:

      A helpful and attractive book Nothing life shatteringbut there were some good tips.

    10. Donna Parker on said:

      Lived in one home for 50 years?Move every 5 years?Or every few months?No matter, human beings acquire stuff.I love the George Carlin routine about how we need a place for our stuff.It’s true, we have versions of our stuff, at home and work.In garages, sheds, storage units.In purses, backpacks, wallets, suitcases.On vacation. In cars. Wherever.Now we’ve added computers, smartphones, tablets, laptops, etc. to the list. Oh my, wouldn’t Carlin fun with that?So what do we do with this stuff, we [...]

    11. AMY on said:

      I loved this book! It was very inspiring and got me focused so I could get my clutter under control at home and work. I even shared it with a friendd had to ask for it back today. I NEED it again as I tackle a deep clean at my home. It is a book you can read a page, a bunch of pages or whole thing as needed. It is a great reference for tackling life's unruly amount of stuff. I highly recommend it to anyone.

    12. Julie - Book Hooked Blog on said:

      WritingNot much to report here. The way the book is laid out is very simple with one or two tips on each page. The tips themselves are just a sentence or two long, so not a lot in terms of quantity of writing or any requirements for a particular level of quality. They're de-cluttering tips, so Shakespeare is not wanted or needed.Entertainment ValueI really, really love books that make me want to throw things away. Especially at the beginning of the year or as the seasons change. It's just so ref [...]

    13. Lili on said:

      I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for a review:This book is one of the better books I have seen dealing with the subject of decluttering. I have a love/hate thing going on with the fine art of decluttering, after an incident in my youth causing me to lose pretty much all my possessions, I have gotten rather clingy to things I can probably live without. However I am also a bit obsessive over having things perfectly sorted and organizedI also have very little space to work with so th [...]

    14. S on said:

      No new, earthshattering information in here about decluttering. However, it's an easy, enjoyable read that's full of tips to cut down on clutter issues and inspire you to just get up and do something. That's what I really liked about this book -- the encouragement that doing anything towards solving the problem is moving in the right direction, and this book is full of ideas of how to start small. And it reminds you that it's ok to start small, the important thing is just to start. I didn't agre [...]

    15. Susan on said:

      A easy way to get rid of your clutter is possible! It gives easy-to-follow instructions. The instructions are clear and at the same time tells you how to decide if it is clutter or not. It also reminded me that you don't get cluttered in one day so you cannot get rid of clutter in one day. The author also gives hints on how not to let clutter back in and how to clean your house more quickly.The author has clearly thought out the problem of clutter. This is the first book that gives me hope that [...]

    16. 2kasmom on said:

      I agree with the author, Donna Smallin, that to be organized you must either have a magic wand or a system. She gives you simple steps that help pave the way and make it easier to be cleaner and clutter-free.This book helped me break down in 10 minutes a day - the way to get rid of items I do not really need. Inside this book there are time saver tips, a clutter need quiz, and a whole lot more!I liked the clever bright colors and the matter of fact way to face the items that take over a home. I [...]

    17. GONZA on said:

      Really well organized this book of little tips to start decluttering our house from unnecessary things or those that do not use more time, including clothes. In the footsteps of Gretchen Rubin, the author makes it even more simple without splitting the recommendations in chapters, but organizing a tip or more on the same subject on the same page. It´s a book you can read in half an hour and can improve the quality of your life pretty fast.Veramente ben organizzato questo libro di piccoli consig [...]

    18. Lisa on said:

      I've probably read just about every book on decluttering there is, but my clutter has to be seen to be believed, unfortunately! This book does provide excellent tips that can be completed in a short time, however, so it lives up to its title. For example, Smallin suggests doing one thing each day that will make you feel better, such as making the bed. This is a good start. The book includes advice for getting rid of the clutter in each room in the house, and useful ways to lessen the ubiquitous [...]

    19. Rachel on said:

      Great little resource of tips for overall organizing and encouragement/quotes for the busy, messy housewife. I was greatly inspired by this small booklet and it encouraged me to get busy cleaning again! It has some helpful tips I did use, though it's more little ways to get started more than an in-depth help book. I jotted down notes and quotes that are already helping me to stick to my cleaning goals and not grow discouraged. :) One of the best resources I've ever found, actually!

    20. Bonnie Dewkett on said:

      Pocket sized happiness. Find ways that you can make a positive impact on your life, time and home today. You'll be hard pressed to NOT get up and start doing when reading this week. Each page takes a few moments to read, and the actions suggested are equally as easy. It's a great way to find your inspiration and make the changes you've been putting off.

    21. Tracy Canuck on said:

      We know all this stuff. Really quick read. Like, 30 mins. There are some gems. There are even a couple I disagree with. What bugged me, though, was the amount of repetition. Same tip worded differently a few pages down the line. And the book was completely disorganised. Related tips were not grouped together, they were strewn throughout the book. Drove me a little nuts.

    22. Katarina on said:

      refreshing, good, sensible tips for clearing the clutter and not losing your mind while you're doing it.Donna presents an easy to read, easy to follow, no nonsense approach to tackling the clutter in your house in small chunks, without getting overwhelmed, and gives good tips on keeping your house organized and keep yourself happy while doing it.

    23. Dana on said:

      This book contains a lot of short statements and tips about decluttering. Some of the statements are practical and others are more inspirational. It reminds me of the kind of things that would be printed on one of those page-a-day calendars. I received this book free to review from Netgalley.

    24. Jessica on said:

      Mostly basics, but even a hard core organizer (AKA reader of organizing books) will gain a few new helpful hints) from this easy read.

    25. Jordan on said:

      Most of this is pretty standard cleaning/organizing tips. There were a a few that I really liked, but there were also a few I found really bizarre.

    26. Jes on said:

      This is a good primer for anyone who was not taught cleaning/life skills as children. I also liked how the information was divided up and presented. It wasn't overwhelming. If anything, it was really encouraging. I haven't explored the links yet, but I intend to. This wasn't as in depth as any of Regina Leeds' books, but I would recommend this to any high school/college student/newlyweds/new parents.

    27. Debbie Tollefson on said:

      Pretty basic - less stuff equals less clutter ! Sometimes easier said then done - when that happens, it's time to clear a path

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